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Teachers have to be aware of their pupils' special educational needs. Find out what an acquired brain injury is and how to maximize learning opportunities for those with the condition with this book. The book should help you to: support pupils with an ABI by using appropriate teaching methods; be alert to the social and emotional difficulties experienced by pupils with an ABI; work in partnership with families and other professionals following helpful guidelines; and access all the information you need with a glossary of terms and a list of resources and organizations.
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Sue Walker, Educational Psychologist and freelance lecturer, specialising in field of children with neurological impairments. Beth Wicks, former teacher in special and mainstream schools and now independent Education Consultant specialising in the field of neurological impairment.Review:
"This outstanding publication written by knowledgeable practitioners makes a significant contribution to the debate concerning acquired brain injury and educational provision...This publication deserves a place in every staff library. Given the number of injuries each year, it is more than probable you are teaching or have taught a young person with ABI." Len Parkyn, The Teacher, January 2006. "This long awaited book would be a welcome addition to the bookshelf of any school or educational psychology department. Sue and Beth have written from their wealth of knowledge and experience of Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) within the British educational system. No longer do we have to 'translate' experiences and advice from other nations' educational cultures." The Acquirer, 2006
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